Future photovoltaics needs solar cells that are deformable for integration into building architecture and variably coloured for design reasons.
In order to make them in addition reliable, efficient and cheap, chemical composition and nanostructure of the layers are optimized and they are upscaled via roll-to-roll production.
ITO with embedded silver grids as transparent conductive electrodes for large area organic solar cells
B. R. Patil, M. Mirsafaei, P. P. Cielecki, A. L. F. Cauduro, J. Fiutowski, H.-G. Rubahn and M. Madsen, Nanotechnology, 28, 405303 ( 2017)
Long-Term Stabilization of Organic Solar Cells using UV Absorbers
V. Turkovic, S. Engmann, N. Tsierkezos, H. Hoppe, M. Madsen, H.-G. Rubahn, U. Ritter, G. Gobsch, J.Phys.D: Applied Physics 49, 125604 (2016)
The Role of Charge Transfer State on the Reduced Langevin Recombination in Organic Solar Cells
Y. Liu, K. Zojer, B. Lassen, J. Kjelstrup-Hansen, H.-G. Rubahn and M. Madsen, J. Phys. Chem. C, 119, 26588 (2015)
Flexible organic solar cells including efficiency enhancing grating structures
R.M. de Oliveira Hansen, Y. Liu, M. Madsen and H.-G. Rubahn, Nanotechnology 24, 145301 (2013)
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